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What is the Revenue Commission Hard Inquiry?
I now have two hard inquiries from REVCOMIS, with the 'lender' identified as Government. How do I find out where these are coming from to stop them.

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Call the credit bureau that is reporting this and ask for the details. They should have contact information. If not then you can file a dispute. I would do an online dispute because you get a faster response. Good luck my friend.

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Pull your full credit report from www.annualcreditreport.com.  Dispute any errors IN WRITING, NOT ONLINE!!!!  Even though it is faster online, the bureaus don't have to actually verify when you agree to an "expedited dispute resolution" (which is what you do when disputing online).  Also, when they come back and claim it is "verified", you are no longer allowed to dispute that account.  So always do your disputes in writing.  When you get your full credit report, the names, addresses & phone numbers of all creditors should be in the back of the report.  Best of luck!

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